Writing Articles for E-Zines
8) Avoid hyping in your resource box.
Your resource box, while promotional in nature, should be brief and
tasteful. The purpose of your resource box is not to sell your
readers something, but to lead them to your website which does the
actual selling. Your resource box should contain your name, your
company name, a brief description of your products or services, your
web site's URL, and a clickable link to your site.
9) Put some thought and effort into your writing.
E-zines have varying standards for accepting articles, and some
accept and publish all submissions without any human review at all.
However, this does not mean you should write an article just for
sake of having it published somewhere. If your article comes off as
half-baked, readers may make a similar assumption about you and your
10) Submit your article to as many e-zines as feasible.
There are dozens of e-zines on the web that welcome submissions from
independent authors. Ideally, you'd want your article to be exposed
on as many of them as you can. But it takes time to register and
submit to each one of them. Therefore, I recommend that you submit
to only a handful of the more popular ones. On the
next page is a list of
e-zines along with their Google PageRanks (PR). The higher the PR of
an e-zine, the greater its online visibility.
List of Sites to Submit your Article